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IMG Worlds of Adventure. From Delhi to IMG World  one has to reach Dubai For More information and package booking please write uholidays@gmail.com  or 24 X 7 09213531173 
What do you get if you combine the Hulk with The Powerpuff Girls, breathing dinosaurs and hair-raising roller coasters? Ben 10 and Captain America Gumball and Iron Man ? Not to mention erupting volcanoes, 69 life-like, The answer: IMG Worlds of Adventure of course.
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IMG Worlds of Adventure. From Delhi to IMG World one has to reach Dubai For More information and package booking please write uholidays@gmail.com or 24 X 7 09213531173 What do you get if you combine the Hulk with The Powerpuff Girls, breathing dinosaurs and hair-raising roller coasters? Ben 10 and Captain America Gumball and Iron Man ? Not to mention erupting volcanoes, 69 life-like, The answer: IMG Worlds of Adventure of course.
Indian citizens may visit Peru without a visa
For Peru package please write uholidays@gmail.com , visit to www.uniqueholidays.in 
Since March 27, it was decided to exempt, with some restrictions, the temporary tourist and business visa to the citizens of India who visit Peru, according to Supreme Decree No. 006- 2017-RE of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. As India is the second most populated country in the world and with an economic growth that places it among the four largest emerging economies in the world, this becomes an exceptional opportunity to strengthen our strategies and increase the arrival of Indian visitors to our country.
According to the Supreme Decree, the exemption will apply to Indian citizens holding valid ordinary passports and proving that they will comply at least one of the following conditions:
A) Hold visas with a minimum validity of six (6) months of the United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom -Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Australia or any State belonging to the Schengen Area.

B) To have permanent residence in the United States of America, Canada, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Australia or any State belonging to the Schengen Area.
The document stipulates that Indian citizens will have a maximum period of stay that will be up to one hundred and eighty (180) calendar days, whether as a continuous visit or several consecutive visits, during the period of one year.
It is worth noting that in 2016 there were 5, 900 international arrivals coming from India, representing a growth of 4% with respect to the previous year. In addition, Indian travelers look for destinations rich in culture and unique natural beauty, are frequent travelers and have a travel culture to destinations such as Europe and North America. Therefore, PROMPERÚ will work in activities directed to the Indian tourist, revealing the extent of culture and history that our country has to offer.
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Indian citizens may visit Peru without a visa For Peru package please write uholidays@gmail.com , visit to www.uniqueholidays.in Since March 27, it was decided to exempt, with some restrictions, the temporary tourist and business visa to the citizens of India who visit Peru, according to Supreme Decree No. 006- 2017-RE of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. As India is the second most populated country in the world and with an economic growth that places it among the four largest emerging economies in the world, this becomes an exceptional opportunity to strengthen our strategies and increase the arrival of Indian visitors to our country. According to the Supreme Decree, the exemption will apply to Indian citizens holding valid ordinary passports and proving that they will comply at least one of the following conditions: A) Hold visas with a minimum validity of six (6) months of the United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom -Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Australia or any State belonging to the Schengen Area. B) To have permanent residence in the United States of America, Canada, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Australia or any State belonging to the Schengen Area. The document stipulates that Indian citizens will have a maximum period of stay that will be up to one hundred and eighty (180) calendar days, whether as a continuous visit or several consecutive visits, during the period of one year. It is worth noting that in 2016 there were 5, 900 international arrivals coming from India, representing a growth of 4% with respect to the previous year. In addition, Indian travelers look for destinations rich in culture and unique natural beauty, are frequent travelers and have a travel culture to destinations such as Europe and North America. Therefore, PROMPERÚ will work in activities directed to the Indian tourist, revealing the extent of culture and history that our country has to offer.
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Tour to Australia ( For detail package and its cost please write to us uholidays@gmail.com , 24 X 7 09213531173 , www.uniqueholidays.info ) Australia is a land of excitement, bursting with color, unique wildlife, unspoiled natural beauty, friendly people, vibrant, cosmopolitan cities, and fabulous things to see and do. Not only is it the closest Western country to Asia, it's also clean, safe and easy to get to. You will love the feeling of space and sense of freedom. It is one of the seventh continents with an area of 7, 682, 300 SQ KM. One can understand that it is about the United States of America without Alaska or all southeast Asian countries put together it has over 22.4 Million population which works out to be 2.92 persons per km.
Tour to Australia you will Love the feeling of space and the sense of freedom
( For Tour Package to Australia and its cost please write to us uholidays@gmail.com , 24 X 7 9213531173, www.uniqueholidays.info ) Australia is one of the seven continents. With an area of 7, 682, 300 sq. km., it is about the size of the United States of America (excluding Alaska), or roughly all the southeast Asian countries put together, or about three quarters the size of China.
Australia has a population of over 22.4 million, which works out to about 2.92 persons per sq. km.
In comparison, Indonesia’s population density is 122 persons per sq. km, Thailand - 124 persons per sq. km, the Philippines - 313.4 persons per sq. km, India - 360.4 persons per sq. km, South Korea - 505.4 persons per sq. km, and Singapore - a staggering 7, 197.2 persons per sq. km!
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Tour to Australia you will Love the feeling of space and the sense of freedom ( For Tour Package to Australia and its cost please write to us uholidays@gmail.com , 24 X 7 9213531173, www.uniqueholidays.info ) Australia is one of the seven continents. With an area of 7, 682, 300 sq. km., it is about the size of the United States of America (excluding Alaska), or roughly all the southeast Asian countries put together, or about three quarters the size of China. Australia has a population of over 22.4 million, which works out to about 2.92 persons per sq. km. In comparison, Indonesia’s population density is 122 persons per sq. km, Thailand - 124 persons per sq. km, the Philippines - 313.4 persons per sq. km, India - 360.4 persons per sq. km, South Korea - 505.4 persons per sq. km, and Singapore - a staggering 7, 197.2 persons per sq. km!
Milford Sound Tour To know package cost please write to us uholidays@gmail.com or 24 x 7 : 09213531173 
Milford Sound
If you need to see the natural wonder in the world you must travel to Milford Sound is a world renowned natural wonder with towering peaks, cascading waterfalls and amazing wildlife. Tour to Milford Sound you’ll never forget, with our Milford Sound day and overnight cruises, coach tours, scenic flights and kayaking trips. 
Overview
Grab your camera and join us in one of the most beautiful places on earth – Milford Sound.
In Milford Sound you’ll see towering cliffs and peaks – including the much photographed and iconic Mitre Peak that rises more than a kilometre straight out of the sea. Waterfalls cascade into the fiord and luxuriant rain forest clings to sheer rock faces in this exceptional place.
You can travel to Milford Sound in our custom-built glass roofed coaches so you won’t miss views of the mountains, glaciers and rainforest … yep, you’ll need the camera on the coach. Or for a different perspective of Milford Sound, take a scenic flight from Queenstown. 
Once there, join a Scenic cruise or go on a more leisurely and informative Nature cruise. For an immersive Milford experience, join one of our overnight cruises aboard our traditionally designed scows.
To explore this magnificent area in a more intimate way and at sea level, our sea kayaking adventures are perfect.
However, you choose to experience Milford Sound and whatever its mood - teaming with rain, shrouded in mist or glistening in the sun – prepare to be inspired!
About Milford Sound
Milford Sound is the most well-known and most accessible of all the fiords in New Zealand’s Fiordland National Park, a World Heritage Area.  Its 16 kilometre (14 nautical miles) length is lined by sheer rock faces that soar 1, 200 metres (3, 900 ft) or more from the water.  At 1692 metres, the iconic Mitre Peak is a spectacular sight and New Zealand’s most photographed mountain. Milford Sound is in the heart of a rainforest (annual rainfall is 6, 813mm or 268 inches) which creates walls of temporary waterfalls on a wet day receding to just two permanent waterfalls (Lady Bowen Falls and Stirling Falls) in drier conditions. Glorious on a fine day, Milford Sound’s ethereal, moody beauty in the rain is equally spectacular.
Getting There
The journey to Milford Sound is just as spectacular as the destination itself, whether you travel by road or by air. Milford Sound is around 5-6 hours (one-way) from Queenstown and around 3 hours from Te Anau by road
Weather
Milford Sound is one of the wettest places in the world with a mean annual rainfall of 6813mm (268 in). It rains for around a 180 day of the year, with rainfall reaching 250mm (10 in) over a 24 hour period.
The temperature in Milford can vary depending on the season and can go from an average high of around 19C in summer (Dec - Feb) to around 9.5C in winter (Jun - Aug).
Flora & Fauna of the region
Tenuously clinging to the steep rock faces of the fiord, the beech tree canopy towers over a rich green world where ferns, mosses and lichen flourish.  Shallow rooted, this ecosystem depends on heavy rainfall for survival - the same rain which causes massive slips often sending whole tracts of forest crashing into the water below. Native New Zealand birds thrive in this nearly untouched wilderness – tui, bellbirds, kea and even the rare kakapo and takahe. Colonies of New Zealand fur seals and other sea life thrive in the fiord which is home to a marine reserve. Bottlenose dolphins, Fiordland Crested Penguins and little penguins are also resident in the fiords.
The high rainfall has also created a unique underwater environment - as fresh water drains through the lush forests, it becomes stained with tannins to the colour of strong tea. This dark water sits on top of the seawater blocking light and allowing normally deep-sea life to exist in relatively shallow waters. The fiords support the world's biggest population of black coral trees - about seven million colonies, some of them up to 200 years old. They are home also to brachiopods; primitive clam-like animals that have been bypassed by evolution, remaining unchanged in over 300 million years.
History
Milford Sound is believed to have been discovered by the Maori over 1, 000 years ago. They named the sound Piopiotahi after the legend of a single Piopio bird which flew here mourning the death of its partner.
Milford Sound was well known to Maori but not discovered by Europeans until 1812 when Captain John Grono named it Milford Haven after his homeland in Wales. Its name was later changed to Milford Sound by Captain John Lort Stokes.
The fiord’s natural beauty soon became well known. The Mackinnon Pass was discovered in 1888 and soon became part of the Milford Track – now one of the world’s great walks and the Homer Tunnel was developed in 1954 to provide road access to the fiord.
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Milford Sound Tour To know package cost please write to us uholidays@gmail.com or 24 x 7 : 09213531173 Milford Sound If you need to see the natural wonder in the world you must travel to Milford Sound is a world renowned natural wonder with towering peaks, cascading waterfalls and amazing wildlife. Tour to Milford Sound you’ll never forget, with our Milford Sound day and overnight cruises, coach tours, scenic flights and kayaking trips. Overview Grab your camera and join us in one of the most beautiful places on earth – Milford Sound. In Milford Sound you’ll see towering cliffs and peaks – including the much photographed and iconic Mitre Peak that rises more than a kilometre straight out of the sea. Waterfalls cascade into the fiord and luxuriant rain forest clings to sheer rock faces in this exceptional place. You can travel to Milford Sound in our custom-built glass roofed coaches so you won’t miss views of the mountains, glaciers and rainforest … yep, you’ll need the camera on the coach. Or for a different perspective of Milford Sound, take a scenic flight from Queenstown. Once there, join a Scenic cruise or go on a more leisurely and informative Nature cruise. For an immersive Milford experience, join one of our overnight cruises aboard our traditionally designed scows. To explore this magnificent area in a more intimate way and at sea level, our sea kayaking adventures are perfect. However, you choose to experience Milford Sound and whatever its mood - teaming with rain, shrouded in mist or glistening in the sun – prepare to be inspired! About Milford Sound Milford Sound is the most well-known and most accessible of all the fiords in New Zealand’s Fiordland National Park, a World Heritage Area. Its 16 kilometre (14 nautical miles) length is lined by sheer rock faces that soar 1, 200 metres (3, 900 ft) or more from the water. At 1692 metres, the iconic Mitre Peak is a spectacular sight and New Zealand’s most photographed mountain. Milford Sound is in the heart of a rainforest (annual rainfall is 6, 813mm or 268 inches) which creates walls of temporary waterfalls on a wet day receding to just two permanent waterfalls (Lady Bowen Falls and Stirling Falls) in drier conditions. Glorious on a fine day, Milford Sound’s ethereal, moody beauty in the rain is equally spectacular. Getting There The journey to Milford Sound is just as spectacular as the destination itself, whether you travel by road or by air. Milford Sound is around 5-6 hours (one-way) from Queenstown and around 3 hours from Te Anau by road Weather Milford Sound is one of the wettest places in the world with a mean annual rainfall of 6813mm (268 in). It rains for around a 180 day of the year, with rainfall reaching 250mm (10 in) over a 24 hour period. The temperature in Milford can vary depending on the season and can go from an average high of around 19C in summer (Dec - Feb) to around 9.5C in winter (Jun - Aug). Flora & Fauna of the region Tenuously clinging to the steep rock faces of the fiord, the beech tree canopy towers over a rich green world where ferns, mosses and lichen flourish. Shallow rooted, this ecosystem depends on heavy rainfall for survival - the same rain which causes massive slips often sending whole tracts of forest crashing into the water below. Native New Zealand birds thrive in this nearly untouched wilderness – tui, bellbirds, kea and even the rare kakapo and takahe. Colonies of New Zealand fur seals and other sea life thrive in the fiord which is home to a marine reserve. Bottlenose dolphins, Fiordland Crested Penguins and little penguins are also resident in the fiords. The high rainfall has also created a unique underwater environment - as fresh water drains through the lush forests, it becomes stained with tannins to the colour of strong tea. This dark water sits on top of the seawater blocking light and allowing normally deep-sea life to exist in relatively shallow waters. The fiords support the world's biggest population of black coral trees - about seven million colonies, some of them up to 200 years old. They are home also to brachiopods; primitive clam-like animals that have been bypassed by evolution, remaining unchanged in over 300 million years. History Milford Sound is believed to have been discovered by the Maori over 1, 000 years ago. They named the sound Piopiotahi after the legend of a single Piopio bird which flew here mourning the death of its partner. Milford Sound was well known to Maori but not discovered by Europeans until 1812 when Captain John Grono named it Milford Haven after his homeland in Wales. Its name was later changed to Milford Sound by Captain John Lort Stokes. The fiord’s natural beauty soon became well known. The Mackinnon Pass was discovered in 1888 and soon became part of the Milford Track – now one of the world’s great walks and the Homer Tunnel was developed in 1954 to provide road access to the fiord.

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